Holiday Inn Express Vancouver Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... of Bronwen, the student-teacher. Seeing them working all together was magical. At lunchtime, the weather was irresistible. Pamela and I went out to get some vitamin D!
Only one word can define Friday morning: bittersweet. Marion's class presented its choreography to the parents and I felt so proud. After, we watched a cute video of Kid President (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5yCOS HeYn4). Then, we have seen the Grade 3s version. A ...
... and got ready. Talk about last minute:) After a great night's sleep on an amazing bed (probably the last comfortable bed for a while) Shazia made us an amazing breakfast (thank you again!) and we made a last pit stop at Target for some last minute munchies. Arriving at the airport, I had absolutely no idea what airline we were travelling. Something China I was sure, considering we have a 6 hour layover in Shanghai. So when we got to what ...
... s like we have known them forever! Over the week we become very attached & leaving 'Gramma’ is a very hard thing indeed… The next few days are spent catching up with the kids & it’s so much fun being with them all in the same room, sitting at a table just with the boys for the first time in 5 years & meeting new people also.
Saying goodbye to Tom & Carol, well, I fought the tears as hard as I could but it was no ...
... upstream seem to be escaping this horde. But they have a hard time, with a strong current and falls, and places where they get washed out over the rocks.
But we have a flight to catch so must finally say goodbye to the Great Bear Rainforest. It's a fast boat trip south now, with a brief rendez-vous with the others for a re-fuel, before arriving in Bella Bella.
Despite being prepared this time, we have ...
... to go inside!). We also skimmed past a rather sad-looking shrine to Jimi Hendrix. His connection to Vancouver was baffling us until we found out that his grandmother lived here and he used to visit quite often.
Our four hours for the bikes were up so we returned these and continued on foot to an area called Yaletown, a small sector defined by three streets and comprising only six city blocks. It's one of the more recognised ...